David and Gladys Wright House and Guest House
Phoenix, AZ 1950/ 1954
Completed in 1952, the David and Gladys Wright House is one of three spiral designs realized by Frank Lloyd Wright. It is the only residence by Wright that is based on the circular spiral plan of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, whose construction followed it by six years. The concrete block home sits on ~5.9 acres in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix and enjoys sweeping views of Camelback Mountain. The ~2200 square foot, 3 bedroom main house has been partially updated, but requires additional rehabilitation, including necessary structural and electrical repairs. The offer includes reproductions of the signature ”March Balloons” carpet designed by Wright for the living room, as well as a dining table and chairs. The ~360 square foot, 1 bedroom guest house has been recently restored. An application for Historic Preservation-Landmark status is pending with the City of Phoenix. Offered in AS-IS condition.